5 Rea­sons to Fly Business Class on Sin­ga­pore Air­lines

Me­lani Se­muel ex­pe­ri­enced the epit­ome of business class travel on board a Sin­ga­pore Air­line plane.

Maxx-M - - TRAVELLING - Pho­tos cour­tesy of Sin­ga­pore Air­lines

Ilove trav­el­ling. How­ever, the part I least is be­ing stuck for hours on a flight. But fly­ing with Sin­ga­pore Air­lines’ business class has turned my least favourite part into one of my likes. With a stylish com­bi­na­tion of en­hanced seat com­fort, in­tu­itive space, con­ve­nience and lead­ing-edge in­no­va­tion, the new Sin­ga­pore Air­lines Business Class departs from the norm. Th­ese, com­bined with the Air­line’s trade­mark Asian hos­pi­tal­ity and world- renowned ser­vice, help re­ju­ve­nate even the most weary business trav­eller. Here are five rea­sons why you should fly business class on Sin­ga­pore Air­lines.

1 The World’s Widest Full-Flat Business Class Seat

The wide seat – mea­sur­ing 28 inches across, to­gether with a greater seat re­cline of 132 de­grees (from 125 de­grees pre­vi­ously) also al­lows for ad­di­tional seat­ing po­si­tions such as the Lazy Z and Sun­deck, while a more spa­cious footwell al­lows you the free­dom to re­lax in the seat­ing and adopt the loung­ing pos­ture that you most pre­fer through­out the flight. Dur­ing the evening, the in­no­va­tive de­sign al­lows the seat to be con­verted into one of the largest fully flat beds in its class with padded head­board for added com­fort. The 78- inch long bed with its gen­er­ous 28-inch width en­ables you to slum­ber in nat­u­ral sleep­ing po­si­tions. The er­gonom­i­cally de­signed seat cush­ion leaves you feel­ing cra­dled within your seat. Its not all about leisure; for those who pre­fer to work in-flight, the new business class is eas­ily con­verted into an of­fice with its height-ad­justable ta­ble, well po­si­tioned read­ing lights, in-seat lap­top power sup­ply, and USB and HDMI ports. SIA is the first air­line to fea­ture an in-seat flood­light, in­stead of a spot­light read­ing light, en­sur­ing that light is evenly dis­trib­uted for a con­ducive read­ing or work­ing en­vi­ron­ment: How cool is that!

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